Troubleshooting Informatica Error Messages and Resolution – Part 148
FTP_14008Error closing FTP connection.
Cause:The Integration Service lost connection with the FTP server.
Action:Contact the FTP administrator.
FTP_14009Unable to FTP file. Could not log in due to invalid user.
Cause:The user name in the FTP Connection Editor dialog box is incorrect.
Action:Verify the FTP user name in the Workflow Manager.
FTP_14010Unable to FTP file. Could not login due to rejected password.
Cause:The password in the FTP Connection Editor dialog box is incorrect.
Action:Verify the FTP password in the Workflow Manager.
FTP_14011Unable to FTP file. Connect request rejected by FTP server.
Cause:The FTP server denied connection from the Integration Service.
Action:Contact the FTP system administrator.
FTP_14012Unable to FTP file. FTP command rejected by FTP server.
Cause:The FTP user in the Workflow Manager FTP Connection Editor dialog box does not have read permissions.
Action:For Windows, verify that the FTP user accessing the file has standard read permissions on the directory of the staged file.
For UNIX, prepare the staging directory so that the FTP user who accesses the file also owns the directory. Run the following UNIX command from the directory where you want to generate the file:
% chmod g+s
Cause:This is an informational message. The Integration Service checks the existence of a file when you run a file persist session. The first time you run a file persist session, the file does not exist. When the Integration Service does not find the file, it logs this message in the session log.
FTP_14017Unable to FTP file – Local File <file name> System Error <system message>.
Cause:The Integration Service could not open the local staging file you specified in the session properties.
Action:Check the session log for further messages.
Above are list of Informatica Error Messages or Warnings received while performing certain operation against Informatica related products.
What are Informatica Error Messages?
Informatica error codes are a set of error codes for use by all Informatica products. Every Informatica error message returned by Informatica, is self explanatory and contains the object name in cases where required.
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Information about Informatica Error Code Messages or Warning Messages on Windows and Linux Operating Systems.